Traffic and trams moving through flood water along Colombo Street north. The flooding was caused during a heavy rainstorm.
"Rangiora Town Hall aka Regent Theatre in 1936 with it's large neon sign which was removed in the 1960s" - Contributor's note
“View of the rock garden area in the Christchurch Botanic Gardens. "...Taken by Alleyne Cook. Alleyne was at Alleyne was at Burnham training...when on leave , he would come up to Christchurch and...
A Smart & Son Shingle & Sand Contractors of Hornby truck outside a building site.
A new Bean delivery truck in Christchurch.
View of cars parked along streets in a parked area in Christchurch.
The interisland ferry, the Rangatira leaving Lyttelton Harbour before heading to Wellington as part of a regular ferry service.
View of the Montreal Street bridge over the Avon River looking east with Oxford Terrace to the right.
"Rows of Air New Zealand long-haul Boeing 777s parked for storage at Christchurch International Airport. Flight operations all but stopped during the COVID 19 lockdown." - Contributor's note
View of Sumner Beach looking towards Sumner Esplanade and apartment buildings.
"Scarborough Hill in the moonlight 1987" - Contributor's note
Manufacturer of reproduction Victorian furniture, John Burn, exhibiting at the Furniture show at Christchurch Town Hall.
Section of a window at the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament on Barbadoes Street.
University of Canterbury students lined up during graduation at the Christchurch Arts Centre.
View of three lined up Corvette cars, owned by the contributor now living in Christchurch but at the time was in Fairfield, Dunedin. To the left is a cat called Shakie.
Section of Stained Glass window, Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament on Barbadoes Street.
392 Oxford Terrace. "Writer and activist Elsie Locke lived there with her husband Jack and their family from 1944 until their deaths in 1996 and 2001. The cottage was demolished before the Canterbury...
June Hunt by flower beds at the entrance to the Christchurch Botanic Gardens. The Curators House is in the background with Rolleston Avenue running to the left.
Display of bottles owned by Peter Hunt, son of June Hunt, at a show.
"Blissed-out, enjoying a dog massage at Paws at the Park at The Groynes, 2014." - Contributor's note
"Bohemian house in North Brighton in the 1980s." - Contributor's note
"Mr Evans in the doorway of his Bamford Street House" - Contributor's note
View of the Manchester Street bridge looking toward the Thomas Edmonds Band Rotunda. Taken from Oxford Terrace, possibly from the Trade Service Ltd building at 250 Oxford Terrace.
View of boys and a crowd of spectators watching a lockheed constellation landing.